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Physical Science

Week 4

mixture two or more substances that keep their own physical properties and can be separated easily. Ex. fruit salad or trail mix.
buoyancy able to float because of its shape
density the amount of molecules in matter that allows it to sink or float. ex. honey is more dense than oil.
solution a type of mixture in which one substance dissolves in another and CANNOT be separated.
Soluble able to dissolve in a liquid
Solvent the liquid that does the dissolving
Solute the powder that gets dissolved
filtration a process using a strainer to separate the larger particles in a mixture.
dissolve to form a solution with another substance. Becomes so small you can no longer see it but it's still there.
texture how an object feels to the touch
settling allows the dense materials to sink to the bottom.
ingredient the individual substances added to a mixture.
Created by: Challenger19